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let's get to meteorologist bill henley and his most accurate forecast. >> it's been nice yesterday where we saw temperatures climb into the 60s, but not today. that's cold air moving into the air. the wind chill 33 in allentown and reading and a little bit colder in pottstown. actual temperatures are still holding into the 40s for many neighborhoods. that's because the clouds that have come in overnight, those clouds will thin out, we'll get some snooen. and we'll see those temperatures back into the 40s this afternoon. that steady win making sure we don't see all that warm up during the day toward. i'll break the forecast down hour by hour so you know exactly what to expect before you head out the door. but first katey zachary has your first alert traffic. our first big issue of the day. there's a crash on 422 eastbound
on grosstown road. expect some delays eastbound on that stretch. we're still watching this on the gerard avenue. this is basically a disabled vehicle. it's gotten a lot of police attention to the point where they'll get out of the way. it's not causing a sizable delay, but just be aware of that if that's part of your morning commute. let's take a look at your drive times into philadelphia. that'll take you about 13 minutes. if you're leaving the city that's about a 12 minute drive this morning. developing overnight arb a dry by shooter sprayed a hail of bullets hitting four people including two 13-year-old boys. now those victims are in the hospital. nbc 10's pamela osborn is outside the hospital where doctors are treating three of the victims. >> reporter: well, rosemary there is a police presence here
at the hospital as those victims undergo treatment inside. we know those teen boys were not the intended target of the shooting. police say two 313-year-old boys that were injured were just injured bystanders. a total of four people were hurt last night in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of 24th and ridge in that area of take out restaurants. the victims were on the street or sidewalk when they were shot. more than 16 shots were fired out of the passenger side of a dark colored car. they saw it and say it was a newer model. there is no motive as of now, but police are working to find out what led up to this and where that sedan is now as well as the people who were inside of it, the people who were transported to the hospital, the three victims are being interviewed by police. all of the victims are expected
to survive. meantime, anyone with information should call police. reporting live outside the hospital, i'm pamela osborn, nbc 10 news. the district attorney says a mother and her boyfriend beat the woman's 4-year-old son to death after he spilled his serial. right now lisa smith and keith king are charged with attempted murder, but that will likely be upgraded to first degree murder. police say the couple beat the boy with a shoe and burned him in a a hot scolding shower. the medical examiner also discovered the 4-year-old had broken ribs from a priebus injury. neighbors in the abbington township community say it's peaceful and tight-knit. one father telling us he's in disbelief anyone could do this to a child. >> as soon as we heard, just gave my kids a hug. i can't imagine ever doing something like this to my child.
>> the district attorney says he's waiting for complete autopsy results before officially charging them with murder. 6:04 right on this wednesday. a montgomery county bureau will keep its local department at least for now despite an effort to get rid of it. they decided to table the decision on whether to suspend the police force. the mayor had campaigned on the platform of suspending the department. he said last night's decision was out of his hands. >> i tried my best to do what the voters put us in to do, but as everyone knows the mayor is more or less a figure head of the bureau. i don't have a vote. i can do recommendations and things like that, but i do not have a vote. >> east greenville shared the upper police force with nearby
pennsburg before launching its own force today. pennsburg will not meet today to determine if they can keep the remaining force operational. counting and connecting. that's the goal of a local group aiming to help the homeless. accounting for all of the homeless people they will find, the volunteers plan to talk with the homeless members to get information about their experiences and how they ended up in their current situation. that data will then go towards philadelph philadelphia's annual homeless census. volunteers are already out across new jersey to count the homeless in their communities. high rate of foreclosures and lack of living wage jobs forces way too many people out on the streets when they lose their homes. you can expect to see more of these on the streets of minneapolis during the super bowl. polaris is donating ten new police ranger atvs for the force to use. because they're a small size, the police ranger provides a
greater flexibility to get around big crowds. airlines are going to help you get to minneapolis a little quicker for the super bowl. philadelphia international tells us the major carriers will offer special and direct flights just for the big game. now let's talk about a twitter exchange. >> yeah, the league came up with its own version of chris long and lane johnson's underdog shirts. when the pair inquired how much money would go towards philadelphia schools and education, the nfl decided to give 100% of the proceeds to philly schools. one eagles fan is taking a swipe at tom brady and the patriots in a rather big way, and they're hitting what seems to be a soft spot for the pats. the fan bought this big billboard its pottstown. the ad is a reference to the patriots reported involvement in the deflate gate scandal you may
recall a few years ago. we are are official television station of the philadelphia eagles, which means you can watch every moment of the action before, during and after the game right here. and that guy in pottstown, it's exactly what everybody's thinking. >> he's a die hard, but you're right, we still don't know whether the deflate gate was a mistake or what's the deal. not this time around, though. we've got their number. a live look outside in center city philadelphia. a light breeze out there. >> bill henley is here with his most accurate weather forecast. it rained yesterday, but -- >> you enjoyed those 60s. >> i did. >> you'll be disappointed today. that is chilly breeze blowing. that wind bill be gusty during the day, but we'll see sunshine
break through the crowds. and tomorrow will be a colder night. right now if you're heading out the door, 40s for the suburbs and lee high valley. we'd normally be in the 20s. 45 at philadelphia international. just a little bit cooler in west mount ari. it's the wind that's making it feel colder. that's a steady stornorthwester wind, so that's steady air. in fact holding in the low 40s for most of the day. but factor in the wind feels like 33 degrees at 11:00 this morning, and yes indeed it gets cold tonight dropping into the 30s and going to feel like it's
in the 20s by 9:00. there are is scattered light snow showers, some flurries in west central and western pennsylvania. those are trending to the south and will not come our way. we will actually see the clouds break, get some sunshine, temperatures holding in the 40s for philadelphia and the suburbs. near 40 this afternoon, and close to the 40 degree mark in the lee high valley. the wind is going to hold those temperatures back and make it feel a bit colder during the day. delaware the clouds thin out. 41 degrees at noontime and not much warmer at 4:00 this afternoon. bright sunshine takes over for new jersey, but there will be a steady wind blowing. and at the shore, 40s all day long. there is some warmer weather ahead, and it arrives for the weekend. the weekend forecast when i'm back in ten. we'll following our first crash of the morning on the
schuylkill expressway. >> we're starting to see those taillights out there. >> it's the first one to the schuylkill expressway for any of the majors in and around the philadelphia area. it's headed into philadelphia. you guessed it, the taillights, the break lights that's eastbound, really, really slowing. your average speeds are in the upper 20s right now. it's about 26 minutes that's usually like a 17 minute drive. westbound you can see it's moving. just be aware of this crash between contia hawken and bell minute avenue. the crash between route 22 eastbound in berks county on 422 eastbound. back to you guys. a married pennsylvania congressman is defending him sl as he faces allegations of
sexual misconduct. >> i don't believe that the story and allegations that are out there are accurate. >> next representative pat meehan explains his relationship with a former aide he's now accused of harassing. a new proposal to give pennsylvania students a chance to fulfill their college dreams. we just moved in about four months ago,
according to "the times" he used taxpayer money to settle a sexual harassment complaint made by a former aide. he provided text messages and a letter he sent to the staffer professing his feelings. he thanks her for quote, putting you into my life and for all the we have seen ask experienced together. he says there was nothing appropriate about their relationship. >> were your feelings appropriate? >> how can crow control feelings? i had the ability to step back and say wait a second don't make that something. >> meehan called the payment to the staffer a severance and not a settlement. he says if the house ethics committee finds he did harass the staffer he will repay the taxpayer money spent.
the accusers lawyer says the statements are well-grounded. so far more than 150 women have come forward to publicly share their claims of abuse. it's not only the victims testifying. yesterday a mother of one of the victims told her story of pain and guilt. >> i willingly took the most precious gift in this -- to you and you hurt her. physically, mentally and emotionally, and she was only 8. >> after everyone has had a chance to speak nassar will be sentenced for multiple counts of criminal sexual conduct that happened when he served as a doctor for usa gymnastics and at michigan state university. michigan state, by the way, is now under investigation by the ncaa for it handled its investigation into the sexual abuse claims.
olympic gold medal winner shannon miller is talking exclusively to nbc news about the changes that need to be made at usa gymnastics. >> i would like to see usa gymnastics step forward, and i think there has been some progress made. it's never fast enough, but i'd like to see them step forward and say you know what, we're not just going to be safe, we're going to be the safest. >> and you can watch the full interview on the "today" show. it's that time of morning when we start to see problems on the road. >> yeah, we have problems out there on the schuylkill expressway. >> a live look at the schuylkill expressway. the tail loilgtlights, the breas you see, that's eastbound at the curve where really traffic is crawling at best. so our bug right now is kind of
affecting your view of the drive time, but i can tell you its 46 minutes on a drive time that usually takes about 17, 18 minutes right now. average speeds are are in the upper 20s. you are just crawling. i'll tell you if traffic is building up there as a result of what's going on here. but westbound coming out of philadelphia right along the curve, no delay of any importance to tell you about. berks, there is a crash. right at the beginning of the exit ramp to groves town road. i'll let you know when that clears. let's take a live look outside right now. this is look over wilmington from our blue rock stadium camera, and you can see it's still dark out there. we've got sunrise coming up in the next hour. meteorologist bill lanehenley
tracking that out there. >> we've seen some scattered snow showers in the mountains. that's not going to happen for the rest of the area. it's too warm for any snow. the pokano mountains are in the low 30s. you can see those clouds in this live view here at the nbc 10 studios. clouds will thin out, and we'll get some sunshine. but the wind starting to kick in that's going to be at 14, 15 mile an hour gusts. you can see clouds in philadelphia and trenton, and looking for some snow showers, just some scattered light showers and a few of them are making it into the poconos mountains. but no big storm. not until we get into the weekend, and that's when we'll be watching moisture coming up.
until then you can leave the umbrella at home and you don't have to worry about snow either. the breeze will bring in colder air for thursday. tomorrow will be the coldest day of the week because we start climbing friday afternoon. 26 degrees and back into the low 40s on friday in the lee high valley. lots of sunshine before the end of the workweek. new jersey, you'll feel the wind today. 45 will feel like it's in the 30s this afternoon, and we will be in the 30s for the day on thursday. the 40s today and near 40 this afternoon. delaware you'll see lots of sunshine today, tomorrow and friday. it's the weekend that will be turning damp. not on saturday. we'll start with some sunshine and then if creasing cloud. and look at those temperatures saturday afternoon, 57 degrees in philadelphia. lee high valley and the jersey shore will be a bit cooler and then another round of wet
weather similar to what we had yesterday. some gusty winds and a chance of thunderstorms. but afternoon temperatures will be near 60 degrees. will it last next week? i've got the answer coming up in the ten day on ten. next toys-r-us reveals it's taking another step beyond filing for bankruptcy. plus are strangers watching you swipe? next security experts say there are flaws in tinder's dating app that could put users privacy at risk. coming up in our next half-hour, the proposal to create safe injection sites that's sparking debate across the city and country. pro tip: giant has great prices on produce.
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at 4:30 this afternoon. it's a dry start this morning, but look at the banners blo blowing and a chilly breeze. it feels like it's in the 30s. you'll need that winter coat not only today but looks like tomorrow, too. neighborhood forecast just ahead. also ahead, carson wentz's season is over, but he's still making fans dreams come true. next his super bowl offer that gives you a chance to go to the big game for only $10.
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hospital. now we're learning about the first murder victim killed in themy lay. how $10 could win you the trip of the lifetime to see the eagles take on the patriots in person. good morning, this is nbc 10 news today. i'm dray clark. >> and i'm rosemary conners. thanks for being with us. that taste of spring we had yesterday, yeah, it's slowly moving out of here. meteorologist bill henley is tracking the first alert weather. >> and the wind is blowing this morning. that has made all the difference. getting some wind. you can see it taking a break right now, but we've already seen gusts what feels like 20 mile as an hour. not that cold for january but a lot colder than what we saw yesterday. we're in the 40s right now. the lee high valley at 41, 40 in
the suburbs and 45 in philadelphia. actually colder air is going to be blowing in as the day goes on with those winds out of the west or northwest at 15 miles an hour and some higher gusts by lunchtime. we'll get sunshine, and then peaking back into the low 40s this afternoon and we'll stay dry today. first, katey zachary has your first alert traffic. i don't have good news right now. there is a crash in the direction headed towards center city philadelphia. because of our graphics you can't see the backup, but you basically get the idea. all you see the lights, well, that's taillights, brake lights. a 72 minute drive time to go between 476 and the vine street expressway. that's normally like a 20 minute drive. at this time average speeds as you can see 11 miles an hour. 76 eastbound is a nightmare
right now. you can take lancaster an alternate to get around that. spect delays there. i'll let you know when that clears. and still following a crash out west in berks county right at the exit ramp to grosstown road. truly a sign that the eagles super bowl dreams are just a little bit closer. the eagles logo is in the end zone at u.s. bank stadium in indianapolis. here at home, eagles everywhere. take a look at. giant images of eagles safety malcolm jenkins and guard fletcher cox are standing outside city hall. and just when you thought going to the game was out of reach,
hope springs eternal. >> carson wentz and his mission to help others. more how you could win a free trip of a lifetime to the super bowl. >> reporter: yeah, the question is what would you do for a trip to the super bowl in minneapolis? remember back in december there was a fan who said he would sell his knee on craigslist, the good news is there's no need to do any of that because carson wentz is here to help us out. yesterday wentz tweeted who wants to watch the big game in minneapolis. airfare, hotel and a meet and greet with carson wentz himself. the eagles injured quarterback says the minimal donation is just $10. the more obviously you pay, the more entries you get. there's another option. a local charity called the elpis foundation is issuing off
tickets to raise money for lung cancer. you're going to have to get creative to find a ticket to this game. we caught up with eagles fans who say they'd do absolutely anything. >> what would i do for a free ticket? i don't know. >> probably a lot of fans that would cut off a limb to go to the super bowl. >> you name it, i'll do it. >> reporter: give up a limb? >> snow. >> reporter: would you wear a patriots jersey walking through south jersey? >> definitely not. >> reporter: that was the best idea we've heard. wear a patriots jersey, if you make it out alive, two free tickets to the super bowl. send it back to you guys. >> that's one brave soul. you just might not make it out alive. >> we'll have to see. well, this is your team, your city and nbc 10 is your station to see everything super
bowl lii between the eagles and the patriots only on nbc 10 sunday, february 4th. and you can count on us for exclusive coverage leading up to the big game. new overnight, the hunt is on for the gunman who ambushed a philadelphia father at his front door. police tell us the shooting and killing happened while the man's newborn baby was just inside. according to investigators as the father stepped into the vestibule outside his apartment in east mount ari, the two men shot him execution style. his girlfriend and two young daughters were inside the apartment and they were not hurt. police rushed him to the hospital and that's where he died. this morning their school remains closed. this is our first picture of one of victims killed in that shooting at martial county high
school. bailee holt was just 15 years old. her aunt called her a precious soul and said her parents should not have oo bury their child. students ran out of the school in the rural town of benton yesterday morning. they had been trained on how to react in numerous active shooter drills, bullet there's no way to learn how to grieve the deaths of two friends who are only 15 years old. more than a dozen others were also hurt yesterday. the 15-year-old alleged gunman was caught running from the scene and will be charged with murder and attempted murder. >> i had seen one of the students who was injured and i had to back away. i couldn't look at it anymore. >> i heard like two shots, and turn around. and behind me i see this big figure of a person, and i just see fire coming from a gun. >> and five of the injured students remain in critical condition this morning. 6:36 right now. this morning the corruption trial for allentown's mayor will
continue. it's now going on its third day. a former top aide to mayor ed pawlowski took the podium yesterday. he testified he helped to rig a $3 million streetlight project. he testified he gave the winning bidder a competitive advantage because the company made donations to pawlowski's campaign. now let's take you state by state and county by county for a look at some of the other stories we're following. officials setup tents at the campus to handle emergency overflow. this is video a few weeks back after surge tents were setup. doctors say they're treating people for other viruses including the flu. construction begins today for new headquarters for vineland. specific details on the new state-of-the-art building will
be released a little later today. what we do know toilet it'll be two stories with a parking lot and a forensic garage. construction is already starting on some new schools. a ground breaking ceremony was held yesterday. they will be additions to a campus where two other schools exist. it will allow students to attend kindergarten through 12th grade all at the same location. a live look outside this morning. on broad street we had rain yesterday and some pretty mild temperatures. and today just the opposite. dlie, but the temperatures not going to go much above what you see here. let's go to meteorologist bill henley. >> you saw the banners blowing in that shot from the kimmel center. that's wind. and really blowing in allentown. look at the flag on the buildings there. the temperature are dealing with
winds gusting at 23 miles an hour. even stronger in philadelphia. 39 mile an hour gusts in mount holly. 45 right now in philadelphia. that's not bad this time of year, but it's dropping. we'll see it drop to 41 degrees at 8:00. even a little bit chillier at 10:00 this morning, and back into the 40s this afternoon. but the wind will be still be blowing, so it's going it a feel like it's in the 30s at lunchtime at 2:00 and at 4:00. you'll see that in the suburbs too. it'll feel like 28 degrees this morning, and topping out in the 40s, but still feels like it's in the low 30s because of that steady wind. it drops into the 30s and that's where it stays during the day. it'll feel like it's below freezing this afternoon for the lee high valley. in new jersey a few scattered clouds blowing through during the day. mostly cloudy right now, but the
clouds break for some sunshine. and 40s all day long at the shore, but the wind will also be around all day long, so 35 degrees is hut it will feel like this afternoon. and delaware, you'll need to bundle up this morning, too. that 43 degrees already feels like it in the 30s, and it'll drop into the 30s at 10:00. and the sunshine will be bright enough to battle the wind and bring the temperatures up a little bit this afternoon. turns colder tomorrow but just briefly. we've got a warmup just in time for the weekend. i'm show you how long that's going to last when i'm back in ten. thanks for that, bill. 6:40 right now on this wednesday. already some problems on the road. >> good morning, dray and rosemary, and we're still following this crash. a pretty bad one. eastbound headed towards philadelphia. so all these people headed towards work and school this
morning are stuck in this. these brake lights are not going anywhere anytime soon. about an hour and 25 minutes as you go between the blue right and the vine. average speeds are crawling along at 8 miles an hour. you can go through the main lines to get around it. multi-vehicle crash between conchohocan and belmont avenue. in berks county there's a crash that was just updated, so really no resolve to it yet. and finally a live look -- the camera just went out, but i can tell you airport road in lee high valley is pretty good. pennsylvania lawmakers want the idea of free college a reality. >> next the plan that will give
this morning philadelphia's plan to create safe injection sites to help stop the opioid epidemic is getting push back from opponents. yesterday city officials announced they'll push for safe injection sites that provide trained staff who can immediately respond to an overdose and provide users with treatment options. supporters say the safe sites would reduce the spread of zees and cut down on neighborhood blight. while advocates believe a safe injection site will help addicts, opponents say it could have the opposite effect. >> we want people someplace
safe, someplace someone can help them when they're ready and god forbid if they overdose, save their lives. >> we're going to create a robust system that meet people where they are and are sensitive to the treatments they need. we have a lot of work to do before we get to something like this, which may save lives. >> the city has yet to decide where the sites would be located. meanwhile philadelphia has the largest opioid death rate of any u.s. city. more than 1,200 died from an overdose last year. supporters of legalizing recreational marijuana in pennsylvania are making their voices heard. at a rally yesterday in the capitol building in harrisburg auditor general eugene pasqual said other states are having conversations about legalizing marijuana and pennsylvania should, too.
he also showed gallop polls that 65% of americans are in favor of legalizing marijuana for medical use. he says it's been stifled over the past eight years during the chris christie administration. phil murphy faulted the administration for making it difficult for the state to obtain marijuana for medical treatment. it comes on the promise to legalize american for recreational use in new jersey. a bill on that is pending in the legislator. some pennsylvania college students could get free tuition on a proposal unveiled in harrisburg yesterday. a number of policy makers say any high school graduate in this state should get higher education. they call it the pennsylvania promise. they could attend community college for two years free of charge. and for students and families who make less than $110,000 a
year, they would get frutuitiee tuition at a state university. lawmakers say it's time for a change. >> let's be real clear. we will never move to where we need to move until we have everyone get the education that they deserve to have. >> supporters say student loan debt is slowing down economic growth and in many cases driving students out of college before they finish. 6:48 right now on this wednesday. let's take a live look outside. let's head down the shore for a look at beach avenue. few people out there looking dry. sun starting to come up a bit. it's chilly out there. >> it is. feels a lot different than it did yesterday this time. good morning, bill. >> good morning, dray. it's the wind making it feel so much different. that's a live view from boathouse row in center city.
gusty winds is what we'll see especially this morning. and it will be even colder than it is right now tomorrow morning. we'll see numbers in the 20s. right now it's an 18 mile an hour wind, steady at 18 miles an hour in philadelphia. we've already seen wind gusts up to 30 miles an hour this morning. this is not typical january weather. 45 degrees that would normally be the high temperature for this time of year. 42 degrees right now in the west mount area, 43 in an dura and society hill. does feel like it's in the 30s when you factor in the wind. wind chill now 32 degrees in pottstown. upper 30s in atlantic city, millville and wilmington. there are some clouds overhead. these clouds came in overnight, and actually that's a good thing. the clouds will break, we'll get
some sunshine, but that steady wind coming out of the northwest will bring in colder air waiting in the wings. what you don't see here any storms until we get to the weekend. then storms out of the gulf of mexico like to come our way. we'll see temperatures peak at 44 degrees this afternoon. but it's going to feel like 30 when you factor in the wimbledowimbledond. less wind on friday. look at the weekend. 50s, closer to 60 on saturday. clouds incruse creasing sunday. clears out monday. tuesday will be colder and then another warm up wednesday close to 50, near 60 degrees on thursday, and another chance of
showers next friday. no sign of snow, though. >> no "s" word. we'll take it. and first alert traffic reporter katey zachary keeping an eye on the roads for us. >> this is still our big story. take a look behind me. 76 eastbound there's a crash. it's between the curve and belmont avenue as you're heading towards center city philadelphia. and your drive time is over two hours now. average speed is 6 miles an hour on this strep. you can see westbound really no delays. no issues to report or of importance on the westbound side. eastbound is where we are truly focused. i'll have an update in about five minutes for you on that again. 95 southbound, this is always a trouble spot. a lot of volume out there. a crash between paoli pike, and
also an issue in berks county, the exit ramp to grosstown road. and another issue approaching 13 hours now from southwest philadelphia. route 291 an overturned tractor-trailer. we're hearing it may have spilled something, which is the reason it may have been out there for so long, but ware making calls to find that out. what we're learning more about the philadelphia's flower show. 10 acres of displays will celebrate the beauty of plants, flowers and the waters that help give them life. do you think nick foles thought at the beginning of the season he would be on the cover? >> i don't think so. >> he's on half of them. the other features tom brady. supports folklore says there's a
sports illustrated cover curse. players on teams are jinked by the exposure. that's why we've got a split. >> 93 they put the baseball cap on, we lost the walk off home run. '97 we lost to the red wings in four games straight. >> so according to philly lore the city's sports teams were also cursed in 1987 when the williams penn statue was no longer the biggest statue. the next year the phillies won the world series. so philadelphia right now in two hot competitions, of course the super bowl and don't forget amazon's new headquarters. >> when it comes to the eagles it seems amazon's alexa also has
a favorite. >> alexa, google who will win the sewer bowl. >> i'm flying on thee eagles on this one. e-a-g-l-e-s,ege l eagles. >> so if alexa is already a phillies fan, it seems we should be a shoe in for amazon's new headquarters, right? well, we had to check this one for ourselves. >> as you've been hearing we have one of them right here with us, so let's give it a test. alexa, who will win the super bowl? >> i'm flying on the eagles on this one because of their relentless defense and the momentum they've been riding off their underdog status. e-a-g-s-l-e-s, eagles. >> there you have it. >> i wonder if the sis any indication about amazon's feelings about. >> alexa, will we get the
headquarters? >> sorry, i don't know that. >> thank you, alexa. hey, by the way, if you ask siri -- let's talk about doughnuts this morning. a local doughnut shop is getting into the super bowl spirit. this is donny's doughnut version of the boston cream. the owners are instead calling it the creamed boston. they decided to change things up after the super bowl match up was decided on sunday. they're not doing anything boston related until after the game. the fountains at the tropicana casino is now bathed in green light. the hotel and casino flans to offer a pair of special themed
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just about 6:00 a.m. take a look at your screen. the right side of your screen, that traffic headed towards center city, philadelphia, there's a crash causing delays of over two hours if you're trying to get into philadelphia from the blue route. stay with us for updates throughout the morning. a chilly start. temperatures feel like they're in the 30s. >> we'll have local updates throughout the morning ask you
can always get realtime news, weather and traffic on the app. >> have a good one. the "today" show starts right now. good morning. chaos and confusion. >> stay in the building, please. >> chilling, new video of panic at a kentucky high school, where a gunman opened fire, killing two students and wounding 18 others. >> it was horrible. >> this moing, the 15-year-old suspected shooter in custody. the question, why did he do it? time to talk? special counsel robert mueller setting his sights on president trump, after questioning the attorney general and the former director of the fbi. but will the president agree to an interview? judgment day. after more than a week of emotional testimony from his victims, former usa